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Nov 4, 2012 1:30am PDT
are expecting the nature of politics to really change, that the character of washington would change dramatically, which it hasn't, i think that's part of it. the newness of his candidacy has worn off. that doesn't mean though that a lot of the policies he's promoting or what washington deals with doesn't still impact young people because it absolutely does. things like student loans, access to the state of the macroeconomic environment, the likelihood that college students when they get their degree have employers looking to hire, these are all influences by politics in washington. >> doctor, thank you very much for joining us today. we appreciate it. >> you're welcome. >> the giants are world series champions for the second time in three years. we're honored by more than 1 million fans in a parade in san francisco. many of the fans traveled from the south bay. what does the giants' success mean for the oakland as' dreams? >> most of the bay area rejoiced on wednesday as the san francisco giants celebrated their latest world series win with their loyal fans. >> i think this is amaz
Nov 11, 2012 1:30am PST
and the house is republican will we continue to see grid lock in washington for the next four years. regarding the local issues in california were there any trends or surprises that you saw? thank you for your time we really apperciate your insight. the east coast continues to recover from the damage caused by superstorm sandy. the bay area is doing its part to help millions of people get back on their feet. update news' aziah douglas ... is live on campus with the story ... aziah. super storm sandy killed more than 100 on the east coast -- left millions of people without power ... and caused up to 50-billion dollars in damage. and people here on the west coast are still concerned for loved ones. ">>>san jose state student achida sama ... felt helpless as he watched superstorm sandy slam into the east coast. " i felt like there was nothing i could do, but just sit in my corner and pray." sama's mother and sister live in new york and maryland. "i was calling them a lot. i was always texting them. i was trying to stay up to date on like the status of how severe hurricane sandy was." his family g
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